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- Continental Breakfast
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... other tractor manufacturers.dave is able to give us helpful hints on streamlining the process. Bruce was able to video the process, see the requirements for space, and get a first hand understanding of what is needed for our business. Very well worth the divergence! On our way to Albert Lea, MN for a night in a KOA just to ...
... way towards Rapid City. We drove for a few hours and then decided to stop for fuel and some lunch at Paul Bunyans Cook Shanty at Wisconsin Dells.
After lunch we walked through the town, which was sort of like the Gold Coast as it had a Ripleys plus lots of gift shops.
We left there about 1.30 and drove through to Albert Lea and checked in to our hotel and went to the bar for a couple of drinks. We ordered a light dinner and then all headed off to bed ...
Day one was a travel day for us. Not much sightseeing other than what we can see from the road.
Crossing the border into Wisconsin we chuckled at the welcome sign we had seen. We were not used to seeing a giant fast food item welcoming you a State:
As the sun set and we were nearing the end of the six hour drive to Albert Lea, Minnesota we encountered another unusual sighting. Ahead all we ...
... barn equipment), Scotsman Ice Machines, Streater Store fixtures, and Universal Milking Machines. Like many U.S. towns much of the manufacturing base has diminished. A long-time center of the city's job opportunity was the Wilson & Company meat packing plant, later known as Farmstead and Farmland. This facility was destroyed by fire in July 2001. The largest employer is currently Mayo Clinic Health System with over 1,500 ...
... waterslide let out into another pool that was connected to the sprinkler area where the water was about 2 feet deep. Clare had a blast in this area and it was just the perfect depth for her. Kids weren't allowed to wear floaties or life jackets so she had lots of fun practicing swimming in a comfortable environment.
The boys ran back and forth from the diving boards to the waterslide, which ...